There are many ways you can go about getting the upper lip hair removal you want. The challenge for many women is in finding the one method that will be best for you. Women all have different lifestyles, budgets, and needs from hair removal products. Keep these options in mind as you search for the form of upper lip hair removal that is sure to meet your needs.
1) Waxing. This is a perfectly acceptable and even widely used method for removing hair from the upper lip. It is effective but the results are temporary. When you consider the costs involved in repeat applications, the frequency that is required for these applications to achieve optimal results, and the amount of time that is required to wax your upper lip you might find that this is not an attractive solution at all for you. That’s without even taking a moment to consider the pain involved in waxing.
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2) Shaving. You’ve probably heard that doing this will make the hair grow back twice as bad. One prominent television doctor swears that this is an old wives tale but are you really willing to take that risk? Shaving might be inexpensive, quick, and easy to do but the risks involved in shaving make it an unattractive option for many women.
3) Electrolysis. While there are some who say this is a painless process (I’ve heard just as many say it hurts like the dickens) the pain for your wallet when it comes to electrolysis is quite sharp. Even though this procedure promised permanent hair removal what they don’t tell you up front is that it may take several sessions for that to happen. If one treatment is a strain on your budget can you imagine what it will be like for several?
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4) Creams. There are plenty of creams on the market that offer hair removal that is specifically targeted for your upper lip. If you’re only concerned with upper lip hair removal these products might be the perfect solution for you. They are much less expensive than the other methods above (with the possible exception of shaving) and can be very effective. The problem arises when you want to use creams on other areas of your body. Many of the products are area specific when it comes to hair removal so you’ll need to buy one for your upper lips and a different product for your bikini line. The numbers can really add up.
Keep these ideas in mind when you’re looking for lip hair removal products. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could find a cream that works quickly, inexpensively, and can be used on all areas of the body?
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